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    Asus Z690 Extreme, RTX4090 boot loop

    Hi all,
    I have a Corsair HX1200i and an MSI Suprim X RTX 4090.

    PC works well until I have no nvidia driver, as soon as I install nvidia driver the PC reboots abruptly,
    then windows starts, shows the desktop and reboot, this happen in a loop.

    If I uninstall nvidia drivers PC works well.

    If I rollback to an RTX2080Ti I don't have this problem.

    Can it be some compatibility problem with the Z690 Extreme?

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    Better not, I also have a Z690 Extreme and I just ordered a 4090 lol

    What version of Windows? What version are the nVidia drivers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JcRabbit View Post
    Better not, I also have a Z690 Extreme and I just ordered a 4090 lol

    What version of Windows? What version are the nVidia drivers?
    Using windows 11 22H2 with latest updates and latest 522.25 from Nvidia.
    Please let me know if you have similar problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by raybantracing View Post
    Hi all,
    I have a Corsair HX1200i and an MSI Suprim X RTX 4090.

    PC works well until I have no nvidia driver, as soon as I install nvidia driver the PC reboots abruptly,
    then windows starts, shows the desktop and reboot, this happen in a loop.

    If I uninstall nvidia drivers PC works well.

    If I rollback to an RTX2080Ti I don't have this problem.

    Can it be some compatibility problem with the Z690 Extreme?
    When you install the driver. Choose an option clean install. It will wipe out your old driver and install the Nvidia driver. Hope it help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahfoo View Post
    When you install the driver. Choose an option clean install. It will wipe out your old driver and install the Nvidia driver. Hope it help.
    Thanks for the answer my friend, I appreciate it.
    I tried it, I tried using ddu to clean all the drivers, I even tried a fresh new clean windows install and same problem.

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    There are other z690 users with the same problem

    https://www.overclock.net/threads/co...#post-29044593

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    Mine seems to work fine so far. Not much time today but I tried cb2077 and superposition benchmark - no crashes or reboots.
    Hopefully you can fix yours without any rma hassle....

    12900k, Z690 Hero (0702 bios), 4090 Suprim X , Win11 22H2, hags and rebar off for now

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    Try to install new drivers with windows safemode and disable updates temporary. What Nvidia drivers version do you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dezzmos View Post
    Mine seems to work fine so far. Not much time today but I tried cb2077 and superposition benchmark - no crashes or reboots.
    Hopefully you can fix yours without any rma hassle....

    12900k, Z690 Hero (0702 bios), 4090 Suprim X , Win11 22H2, hags and rebar off for now
    This evening I tried the card on my brother's PC, he has an Asus Z690 Hero,
    it works like a charm on his PC

    At this point I really don't know where is the problem.

    Tomorrow I'll try a brand new 1500W power supply but I doubt that it's the power supply because the power supply I'm using on my pc is am HX1200i that works well with a 2080ti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbonetics View Post
    Try to install new drivers with windows safemode and disable updates temporary. What Nvidia drivers version do you have?
    I tried it and it didn't worked. Using latest driver 522.25

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